The challenge of public-private partnerships

Learning from international experience

Graeme Hodge (Editor), Carsten Greve (Editor)

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Abstract

'One of the first collections of empirical studies on the international experience with public-private partnerships (PPPs), The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships raises several crucial issues that challenge the effectiveness of PPPs. It does a good job of organizing scattered research on a complicated topic, examining partnerships in historical, political, and economic contexts, and pointing out major defects in previous studies. The editors have assembled an all-star cast of contributors to accomplish three major goals relating to PPPs: to reexamine the huge range of definitions, to review the international experience and learn from the outcomes, and to call for more careful balanced assessment.'

Original languageEnglish
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
ISBN (Print)1843765098, 9781843765097
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2005

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